Ezekiel 391 God's judgment upon Gog.8 Israel's victory.11 Gog's burial in Hamon-gog.17 The feast of the fowls.21 Israel having been plagued for their sins,25 shall be gathered again with eternal favour. son.38:2,3Behold.35:3; Na 2:13; 3:5the chief prince of Meshech and Tubal.Or, "prince of Rosh, Meshech, and Tubal." 38:2 I will.It is probable that none of the invaders will escape: but perhaps the inhabitants of Magog in general are meant. The immense army of Gog, led forth against Israel, will almost empty his land; and the subsequent judgments of God upon those that remain at home, will reduce them to a sixth of the whole. Ps 40:14; 68:2; Isa 37:29leave but the sixth part of thee. or, strike thee with sixplagues; or, draw thee back with a hook of six teeth, as ch. 38:4. and will cause. 38:15; Da 11:40north parts. Heb. sides of the north. 20:21-24; Ps 46:9; 76:3; Jer 21:4,5; Ho 1:5 fall.17-20; 38:21I will.32:4,5; 33:27; Isa 34:2-8; Jer 15:3; Re 19:17-21sort. Heb. wing. to be devoured. Heb. to devour. open field. Heb. face of the field.29:5; 32:4; Jer 8:2; 22:19 I will.Some terrible judgment will destroy the countries whence the army of Gog was led forth, about the same time that the army itself shall be cut off. 30:8,16; 38:19-22; Am 1:4,7,10; Na 1:6carelessly. or, confidently.38:11; Jud 18:7in the isles.38:6,13; Ps 72:10; Isa 66:19; Jer 25:22; Zep 2:11 will I.22; 38:16,23and I will.20:9,14,39; 36:20,21,36; Ex 20:7; Le 18:21the heathen.38:16,23the Holy.Isa 12:6; 43:3,14; 55:5; 60:9,14 it is come.The prophet, seeing in vision the accomplishment of the prediction, speaks of it as already come and done. 7:2-10; Isa 33:10-12; Re 16:17; 21:6this.38:17; 2Pe 3:8 shall go.Ps 111:2,3; Isa 66:24; Mal 1:5and shall.10; Jos 11:6; Ps 46:9; Zec 9:10set on fire.The language here employed seems to intimate that the army of Gog will be cut off by miracle, as that of Sennacherib; for the people are described as going forth, not to fight and conquer, but merely to gather the spoil, and to destroy the weapons of war, as no longer of use. hand staves. or, javelins. and they.When the immense number and destruction of the invaders are considered, and also the little fuel comparatively which is necessary in warm climates, we may easily conceive of this being literally fulfilled. burn them with fire. or, make a fire of them. shall spoil.Ex 3:22; 12:36; Isa 14:2; 33:1; Mic 5:8; Hab 3:8; Zep 2:9,10; Mt 7:2Re 13:10; 18:6 the valley.Probably the valley near the Sea of Gennesareth, as the Targum renders, and so called because it was the great road by which the merchants and traders from Syria and other Eastern countries went into Egypt. Perhaps what is now called the plains of Haouran, south of Damascus. on the east.47:18; Nu 34:11; Lu 5:1; Joh 6:1noses. or, mouths. Hamon-gog. that is, The multitude ofGog. Nu 11:34; *margin cleanse.14,16; Nu 19:16; De 21:23 a renown.De 26:19; Ps 149:6-9; Jer 33:9; Zep 3:19,20; 1Pe 1:7the day.21,22; 28:22; Ps 126:2,3 they shall.Nu 19:11-19continual employment. Heb. continuance. to cleanse.12 set. Heb. build.Lu 11:44in the.11 Hamonah. that is, The multitude. cleanse.12 Speak.Ge 31:54; 1Sa 9:13; 16:3; Isa 56:9; Jer 12:9; Zep 1:7; Re 19:17,18every feathered fowl. Heb. the fowl of every wing. to my.4; 1Sa 17:46; Isa 18:6; 34:6; Jer 46:10; Zep 1:7sacrifice. or, slaughter. eat.29:5; 34:8; Re 19:17,18,21goats. Heb. great goats.34:17; *marg:of bullocks.Ps 68:30; Isa 34:7; Jer 50:11,27; 51:40fatlings.De 32:14; Ps 22:12; Am 4:1 19 38:4; Ps 76:5,6; Hag 2:22; Re 19:18 I will set.36:23; 38:16,23; Ex 9:16; 14:4; Isa 26:11; 37:20; Mal 1:11and my.Ex 7:4; 8:19; 1Sa 5:7,11; 6:9; Ps 32:4 know.7,28; 28:26; 34:30; Ps 9:16; Jer 24:7; 31:34; Joh 17:3; 1Jo 5:20 the heathen.36:18-23,36; 2Ch 7:21,22; Jer 22:8,9; 40:2,3; La 1:8; 2:15-17hid I.29; De 31:17,18; 32:20; Ps 10:1; 30:7; Isa 1:15; 8:17; 59:2; 64:7Jer 33:5gave them.Le 26:25; De 32:30; Jud 2:14; 3:8; Ps 106:41; Isa 42:24 36:19; Le 26:24; 2Ki 17:7-23; Isa 1:20; 3:11; 59:17,18; Jer 2:17,19Jer 4:18; 5:25; Da 9:5-10 Now will.The return of a few Jews from Babylon, and their continuance, increase, partial reformation, and prosperity, till the days of Christ, followed by their present long continued dispersion, under the frown of God, and destitute of his Spirit, could in no degree answer to these predictions. Hence we must conclude, that some future events, exactly suitable to them, shall yet take place relative to the nation of Israel. 34:13; 36:21,24; Isa 27:12,13; 56:8; Jer 3:18; 23:3; 30:3,10,18Jer 31:3; 32:37; Am 9:14; Ro 11:26-31the whole.20:40; 37:21,22; Jer 31:1; Ho 1:11and will.36:4-6,21-23; Joe 2:18; Zec 1:14; 8:2 they have borne.16:52,57,58,63; 32:25,30; Ps 99:8; Jer 3:24,25; 30:11; Da 9:16when they.Le 26:5,6; De 28:47,48; 32:14,15; 1Ki 4:25; Mic 4:4 I have.25; 28:25,26and am.13; 36:23,24; 38:16,23; Le 10:3; Isa 5:16 shall they.22; 34:30; Ho 2:20which caused them. Heb. by my causing of them, etc.23and have.De 30:3,4; Ne 1:8-10; Isa 27:12; Am 9:9; Ro 9:6-8; 11:1-7 hide.23-25; 37:26,27; Isa 45:17; 54:8-10for.36:25-27; Isa 32:15; 44:3-5; 59:20,21; Joe 2:28; Zec 12:10; Ac 2:17Ac 2:18,33; 1Jo 3:24
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